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Top 5 reasons to visit Toronto
Just a 90-minute drive from Toronto, you can witness 750,000 gallons of water falling off a cliff each second! It's one of the huge draws to Toronto, and Canada as a whole for a good reason.
49% of Toronto's population was born outside of Canada and this leads to huge diversity. Whether it's a visit to Chinatown, Greektown or Little Italy; Toronto truly has it all.
Laughs & Art
Toronto takes it's comedy scene so seriously that it has it's own College of Comedy. Couple that with improv venues like The Bad Dog Theatre Company, breeding ground of talents like Mike Myers, and you've got yourself a pretty funny City. Plus, there's plenty of diverse arts and music scenes to explore as well.
Taking the time to make the trip up the CN Tower is something you'll never forget. Standing at just over 550 metres tall, it's truly one of the worlds most remarkable structures.
Having the breeze blowing through your hair and the freedom to go just about anywhere - Toronto has safety conscious cycle lanes and a culture that's designed to make cycling the go to mode of transport. Take a long walk through one of the city's many parks and open spaces, or swap your morning commute for a bike ride instead.